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ERIC Number: ED233634
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1983
Pages: 181
Abstractor: N/A
Why Educate? An Assault on Ostrich Behavior.
Russell, Donovan
Observations concerning the field of education are presented in 38 articles by Donovan Russell and one article coauthored by Donovan Russell and A. M. Sets'abi. The articles are based on experience in the United States, Canada, and Africa. The following are among the article titles: "Before Cynicism Sets In; An Argument for a Curriculum of Concern"; "Continuing Education and Survival"; "Educational Administrators, Scholars or Technicians?"; "Participatory Program Planning in Continuing Education"; "School System Reorganization and Full Provincial Funding in Prince Edward Island"; "Research for Reform in N. Carolina, A Model for Developing Countries"; "Education in an Amoral Society"; "Looking beyond Ivy Walls; An Assault on the Traditional"; "A Demeaning Status for the Best and Brightest"; "Universities and Continuing Education: A Threat or a Promise?"; "Education for Responsibility in an Age of Complexity"; "Bringing Resources and Needs Together"; "Educators Haven't Time for the Critical Issues"; "Educating for Vitality"; "Goals for Teaching; Do We Have Them?"; "Dignity, Dissonance, and Education"; "Learning through Third World Living"; "A Dynamic Institution for Community Development in Africa"; and "Challenges in Community Development." (SW)
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Opinion Papers
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A